With Antonio Conte earning his money at Chelsea these days, the Blues propping up the bar in the Transfer Tavern have been in joyous mood of late.
Switching to a 3-4-3 formation, the former Juventus and Italy coach has seemingly found a system that works and eradicates much of the defensive frailty that plagued the early part of his tenure.
Still, the change in style has obviously left some players out of proceedings as the 46-year-old looks to freshen up the picture at Stamford Bridge.
As a result, reports in Italy suggest there are prying eyes in some of the club’s frustrated stars.
According to CalcioMercatoNews, Juventus are plotting a move for Oscar, who has been largely on the periphery of the first-team since switching to a three-man defence.
The Old Lady are reportedly weighing up a January move for the 25-year-old in an attempt to add more attacking flair to their engine room, with the Serie A champions flush with cash following the sale of Paul Pogba in the summer.
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